Seaguar Fluoro Premier Fluorocarbon Leader Material

13 Reviews
$11.99 to $49.99
Item No.: F11066
$11.99 to $49.99


Seaguar Fluoro Premier Fluorocarbon Leader Material offers 42% more knot strength than leading competitor fluorocarbons. Developed with Seaguar's exclusive, proprietary double structure technology, Fluoro Premier Fluorocarbon Leader Material is leading the market in innovation. Fluoro Premier has smaller diameters and increased strength vs. Blue Label leader material. Fluoro Premier offers incredible knot and tensile strength and is an extremely soft line with low memory.

  • Ideal for either freshwater or saltwater
  • Less visible underwater than monofilament and virutally invisible to fish
  • UV and chemical resistant
  • Non-absorbant
  • High density
  • Impervious to cold conditions

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Ratings & Reviews

13 reviews

12/11/2012 12:00:00 am

Great Product!

by Trevora -

I have used this product and find the line to be exceptional.

5/13/2015 12:00:00 am

About Fluorocarbon Strength

by Strimon -

For my disappointment stencil strength of last purchased #20, #25 and #30 Seaguar Primer and Seaguar Salmon is much lover then stated on the label. I've test it very carefully with plenty moisturized and accurately tied knots (no overlaps and kinks) with calibrated spring weight. Results were averaged and have shown strength about 30% (sometimes more) lower then stated. In parallel I made tests of Maxima and CXX P-line mono. Strength much higher that on the label (about same 30%). By the way, it is related not only to Seaguar fluorocarbon. Almost all FC from different manufacturers much weaker then advertised. Of course you could use FC lines because their some advantages but keep in the mind there lover strength.

2/14/2019 12:00:00 am

Strong and thin

by B W's -

Generally use very thin 6-8 lb leaders for steelhead, however don't be afraid to try this thin 12 lb it's as thin as many popular 8lb fluoro on the mkt. great if you fish fast water or when river is running high and you find that slow water but the fish takes you into the fast current. Nice to have 12 lb on !! A bit expensive for only 25 yards wish it was bigger spool.

4/23/2012 12:00:00 am

Very good product

by Captain Jim -

Great leader material for Salmon trolling

10/24/2011 12:00:00 am

This leader material is the best!!

by The Sea Fox -

I have been using this leader material for years and it is very effective on Salmon and Walleye.

1/6/2012 12:00:00 am

Worth buying

by Irish Spring -

Cost is too high

6/10/2012 12:00:00 am

The reviews were spot on

by GR -

I use it on lake ontario and Cayuga. I won't buy anything else

6/25/2012 12:00:00 am

Flouro leader supreme

by wasserworld -

Leader material for all my salt water braid/Dacron lines. Shallow or deep.

10/13/2011 12:00:00 am

Catches more fish

by ebj2002 -

Used 15' leader for king mackerel fishing

11/3/2011 12:00:00 am

Excellent leader material

by Neo -

Excellent strength/ diameter ratio. High quality but comes with a high price.

3/12/2012 12:00:00 am


by Wacthmy -

I use it for a line leader as i am speckled trout fishing with braided line and its great stuff.

8/14/2012 12:00:00 am

great leader line

by superfisherman -

Use as leader line for trolling for salmon, works well, not much line for the price but worth it when you dont lose fish better yet your lure to!

12/5/2019 4:13 pm

Beware of diameter

by Norm

Beware: A key parameter with regards to breaking point is, in fact, the diameter for most of fluorocarbon line. What differentiate the various fluorocarbon lines is their flexibility, elongation, abrasion, memory and other aspects. I tested this 12 pound line to verify its breaking point and it kept breaking at around 7 to 8 pounds. If you look at its diameter, it's .235mm which is the diameter of most claimed 8 pound fluorocarbon line. So if you want the advantages of this premier line (which is an excellent line by the way) and want a breaking point of 12 pounds, you should take the advertised 15 pounds. I also tested other brand advertised at 12 pounds resistance but with .317mm diameter and the breaking point was around 11 pounds. So diameter is the key + or - for breaking point. I am looking forward to find a fluorocarbon line with a .235 mm diameter which would provide a braking point of 12 pounds. Have not just found it yet.